There’s more in the Mail

In Features this morning

Merlin Crossley on how journal eLife picks up the pace on peer reviewing and why it matters, really matters.

plus Georgina Barratt-See, Ella Kahu and Kathy Egea on ways to avoid burnout. “We can only be compassionate caring educators if we are well ourselves,” they write. New in Commissioning Editor Sally Kift’s celebrated series, Needed now in learning and teaching.

and Jim Nyland (Uni Southern Queensland) on why we need an engaged universities accord and what should be in it.

And in Expert Opinion

plus Bindi Bennett (Australian Catholic U) talks to  Tim Winkler about students engaging with Indigenous communities. It’s a pointer to today’s sessions of the on-line conference on the future for Indigenous leadership in Australian higher education.